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Everyone knows that you should lower your cholesterol. But for some, that can be nearly impossible. Kenneth Hilty, MD, FACC, FACP, and patient Belinda Blake share Blake's struggle with high cholesterol and how she found health and hope at Cone Health Medical Group HeartCare’s lipid clinic. Aubrey Burklin, RD, continues the conversation by sharing tips for healthy eating to manage your cholesterol.
Jessie Meador grew up dealing with diabetes, managing the many ways it can impact your health. Today, Jessie works to lessen the impact of diabetes on the lives of others. Claire Dillingham, DO, continues the conversation about diabetes by discussing the best practices for diabetic wound care.
Thomas Kelly, MD, explains the importance of rapid action when treating heart attacks. William Frisch, a heart attack survivor, also shares his story. Bridgette Christopher, MD, PhD, continues the conversation on heart attacks with important information about prevention strategies, symptoms and steps to take if you think you're having a heart attack.
Bunions can start small but get quite large and painful if left untreated.
Exercise is key to wellness, especially jogging. If you choose to run, make sure you are protecting your feet and ankles with the proper footwear.
Dr. Clint Young shares ways to curb snoring - whether it's you or your partner - and get the quality, restful sleep you need to be at the top of your game?
Being a heart disease caregiver can be challenging. Discover what support resources are available to you.
One of the most important things for your family is to keep moving, even in the cold weather. Here are 12 ways to keep your kids active when it is cold outside.
Gayatri Acharya, MD, shares important information about heart disease and women’s health, including the risk factors of heart disease and signs of a heart attack that are unique to women.
Running is a great way to stay in shape, but just like any form of exercise, there is potential for injury. By practicing these running safety tips, you can help prevent common injuries and stay on track toward your running goals.
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